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9 of the best – sounds of 2018

Samuelsounds begins a short hiatus for the festive season. As is my way, I leave you with my favourite sounds of 2018. They are in no particular order. Merry Christmas, have a great holiday and see you in the New Year, when I will whittle 12 to 9. (Done!)


Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Talking Straight

Father John Misty – Just Dumb Enough to Try

Natalie Prass – Lost

The Good, The Bad & The Queen – Merrie Land

Stephen Malkmus – Solid Silk

Vasser – Valerians

Let’s Eat Grandma – Donnie Darko

Oscar L – Monster Tube

Kokoroko – Abusey Junction

Honourable mentions also go to: Childish Gambino for ‘This Is America‘; Phum Viphurit for ‘Lover Boy‘; Fake Shark for ‘Wake Up‘; Phosphorescent for ‘New Birth in New England‘; Bodega for ‘Jack In Titanic‘; MorMor for ‘Heaven’s Only Wishful‘; Kanye West & Kid Cudi for ‘Reborn‘; Christine and the Queens for ‘Damn, dis-moi‘; Lana Del Rey for ‘Mariners Apartment Complex‘; The Voidz for ‘Leave It In My Dreams‘; Nilüfer Yanya for ‘Thanks 4 Nothing‘ and DJ Koze for ‘Pick Up‘.

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Let’s Eat Grandma – Donnie Darko (2018)


It’s a slice of wonderfully weird pop from from the fabulous Let’s Eat Grandma. I saw them at Rough Trade East on Friday night with a pal. I was so impressed. ‘Donnie Darko’ closes out their album I’m All Ears.

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Let’s Eat Grandma – Falling Into Me (2018)

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Norwich based multi-instrumentalists Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton may be ethereal, but they can pack a punch. ‘Falling Into Me’ is Let’s Eat Grandma’s latest single and will feature on their second album I’m All Ears due to be released on 29 June 2018. “We got this.”
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Let’s Eat Grandma – Deep Six Textbook (2016)

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On face value, Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth are a little unnerving. Just 17 years old, almost identical, experimental in sound and from Norfolk – that’s a sentence I’ve never constructed before.  They have recently released their debut single ‘Deep Six Textbook’ on Transgressive Records – home to Foals – with an album to follow this summer. The sound is far from juvenile, although the lyricism is endearingly childish: “I bet the starfish wonder/Oh, I was so obsessed.”

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